Author(s): Jackson ND
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Abstract There are many non-invasive treatments for urinary incontinence in the female, and each is directed towards the specifically identified mechanism responsible for the incontinence. Alone such therapies can often reverse the process and return the patient to a continent state. When not sufficient by itself, at the very least these non-invasive techniques can aid and support definitive surgical therapy, thereby increasing the possibility of ultimate success.
This article was published in R I Med
and referenced in Journal of Pain & Relief